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Nothing Is Certain LP Sampler
Cat: NONPLUS 006. Rel: 18 Aug 10
  1. Phobos
  2. Oort Cloud
  3. Matter Of Time
Review: Instra:mental's Nonplus imprint are set to unleash US based producer ASC's debut album, Nothing Is Certain next month but first deliver a three track taster of this highly anticipated LP. "Phobos" sets industrial noises and sparse, dramatic tones as its backdrop but entwines electronic grooves and micro samples over the top to create his unusual but wholly captivating sound. "Oort Cloud" drops out into some cosmic, downtempo atmospheres of weightless space before "Matter of Time" explores wind-like sounds and melodies, deep oceans of bass and his intriguing use of Oriental sounding percussion. Once listen to this will have you holding your breath for July's LP.
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Radar
Radar (12")
Cat: NONPLUS 015. Rel: 12 Sep 11
  1. Radar
  2. Vacuum States
Review: Having announced his new Jon Convex endeavour with two slices of formidable futurism for Martyn's 3024 imprint, Damon Kirkham returns to the familiarity of Non Plus with a double clutch of equally essential productions. Fans of cult TV might recognise the snatch of Badalamenti strings that announce "Radar" in such ominous fashion, though it's they way this element is weaved amidst ever groaning insect like bass and murderous strains of dystopian acid that truly impresses. And of course the brittle click clack of drums that always threatens to smash to pieces. In contrast, "Vacuum States" offers a more optimistic slant on the sci fi electro poise, gradually letting loose a succession of kaleidoscopic synth flutters over the stripped down kick thrust and glooping bass.
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Gespielt von: Exium, Ste Roberts, Marcel Heese
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Salsa Apocalypso
Cat: NONPLUS 018. Rel: 19 Dec 11
  1. Salsa
  2. Ache
Review: Nonplus continue to confound all with their esoteric approach to curation with the debut record from Doubleheart, a collaborative project between Optimo's JD Twitch and bass pioneer Neil Landstrumm. In a year of strong releases from the label, it easily stands out as one of their best; "Salsa" utilises brittle mechanical congas as the rhythmic backbone for the track, but it's the massively oscillating bass and sirens that really make it, being simultaneously huge but also restrained enough to prevent it falling into typical bass tropes. "Ache" meanwhile takes things down a notch with a housier tempo and thick bass slabs which threaten to go into full on acid at times. But it's the echoing vocal fragments and rhythm guitar that fascinate most, joining the dots between the obvious influence of Jamaican dub and contemporary bass.
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+NXTLVLNXTLVL
Cat: NONPLUS 009. Rel: 06 Oct 10
  1. +NXTLVLNXTLVL
  2. My Balance (Last Priority)
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LOL: Me Me Part 1
Cat: NONPLUSLP 002PART1. Rel: 08 Feb 11
  1. Squeeze Me
  2. Face Me
  3. Dare Me
  4. White Noise
Review: Just when you thought you had Al Bleek and Damon Drama's Non Plus sorted, they go and make a sharp diversion and take you somewhere completely different. The destination? LOL. And no, that's not a joke. A teaser for their forthcoming album Me Me, the tracklist reads a little like an Alice In Wonderland list of instructions or perhaps a seductive dance; "Squeeze Me" kicks off with sinuous R&B style vocals and enticing synths with a slow, lolhloping half step rhythm, which inevitably drags you in deep like a tidal current of sound, while "Face Me" follows a languid 4/4 drum pattern drenched in late night synths. "Dare Me", up next, mirrors the sonic palette with shimmering, spaced out atmospherics and more glorious, syrup sweet lyrics. Visceral and rather enthralling, it bears the hallmarks of nocturnal dance music with throbbing b-line and infectious, enveloping synth-work, but with an underlying pop/R&B sensibility that shines through the darkness. Crackly, droning atmospherics sit beneath ice cold bleeps on finale "White Noise". A far cry from much of the recent Non Plus output for sure, but a remarkable release nonetheless which we urge you to get your teeth into.
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LOL: Me Me Part 2
Cat: NONPLUSLP 002PART2. Rel: 31 May 11
  1. Trophy Wife
  2. VHS
  3. Quarter Life Crisis
  4. Degrade Me
Review: If you've yet to indulge in Me Me, the mildly mysterious debut album from LOL which surfaced via Non Plus earlier this year, then this second vinyl sampler is a perfect introduction. Formed around a sound that skitters between dubstep and finely crafted cinematic pop, LOL don't really have any contemporaries, though tracks such as "Trophy Wife" and "Quarter Life Crisis" bear positive comparisons with vintage Lamb or Moloko. Elsewhere "VHS" demonstrates their penchant for swirling and mournful instrumental introspection. Whilst the four tracks here will puzzle some fans of Non Plus, it's a credit to the label that they have the cojones to step this far outside of expectations.
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Resolution 653
Cat: NONPLUSCD 003. Rel: 05 Apr 11
  1. Sun Rec
  2. User
  3. 8
  4. Waterfalls
  5. Aggro Acid
  6. Arc
  7. Love Arp
  8. Thomp
  9. Talkin' Mono
  10. Rift Zone
  11. Plok
  12. Delta Zone (Advance)
  13. Memory Implant
Review: Alex Green and Damon Kirkham's debut album has been a long time coming. It follows an action-packed decade that's seen them morph from drum & bass punishers to dubstep fusionists and, more recently, bass music experimentalists. With such experience behind them, it's perhaps no surprise that Resolution 653 is an eclectic set. What's more surprising is the expansiveness of their approach. Within the album's 13 tracks lies glass-clear electronic futurism, brain-warping acid tracks, murky dusbtep, slo-mo 4/4 sweetness, hard edged electro bounce, off-kilter IDM and, naturally, 140 BPM bass bangers. As a summary of where British bass music's at in 2011, it's unsurpassed.
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